i’m not in as much pain as I was in last time, but on this eve of hops and barley, I’ve become deteremined to find the name of one, if not both, TV movies.
Let me interject my theory on the way the brain works. I feel the best way to picture our memory is that it’s a warehouse full of boxes. The older you grow, the more boxes you get. There may be millions or billions, but basically, what it comes down to is which boxes you can access. This determines, in part, your intelligence, or at least, your memory.
How I picture it is these boxes contain knowledge you’ve amassed through your life, but if the top is closed (due to alcohol, drugs, age, stress), it’s temporarily or perminently lost. Why I say that is because sometimes you can send your synapses to look for something… and for the life of you, you know what it is but you can’t think of it… then days ly of this ater it pops in your head.
This is what I’m hoping for with these recollections. ( I don’t even know if any of this makes any sense.) I’m hoping I can trigger an answer.
The first flick I recalled was presumably named “The Vindicator,” but via IMDb, I discovered this film was a “Robocop” clone. What I remember about the movie was there was this guy who’s brother died in a car accident, so he souped up his truck with weapons (I remember a grapple hook most of all). He set out to exact revenge against erratic drivers. The very first catch he made with his hook was a man trying to get his pregnant wife to a hospital.
The second flick, well, that was easy. I remembered one night in my youth, when I had a loose tooth about to fall out, this TV movie where a mentally challenged man was accused of hurting/killing a young girl, so he hid in a scarcrow. They found him and killed him, but he returned from the dead or something. IMDb did it’s job on this one: it’s called “Dark Night of the Scarecrow.”
I also found this on YouTube. Thank heavens for the Internet – we don’t ever need to remember ever again.
If you have any inkling about the other movie, please give me a clue.